Humor Me I'm Over the Hill
A delightful reminder to age gleefully while living life to the fullest. "They say the best way to grow old is not to be in a hurry about it, and Lord knows, I've put it off for as long...
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A delightful reminder to age gleefully while living life to the fullest.
"They say the best way to grow old is not to be in a hurry about it, and Lord knows, I've put it off for as long as I could." says humorist and encourager Barbara Johnson. But old age happens...with little or no effort on our part. If you're alive, you're getting older! In this third book in the "Humor Me" series, readers will find hilarious ways to age both ferociously and joyfully. Created especially for those who are young at heart but slightly older in other places.
Laugh your way through the maturity maze with the Geranium Lady!
A 2001 cancer diagnosis sent best-selling author and beloved Woman of Faith speaker Barbara Johnson "crying to God about the way He was bringing my life to a close."
In this, Barbara's fourth "last book" of zany joy and senior silliness, she celebrates still laughing and still growing older by poking fun at time-sensitive topics ranging from again (I'm ready to meet my Maker . . . but He's apparently tied up with a previous engagement) to forgetfulness (Of course I'll smile for the camera . . . just as soon as I find my teeth).
Humor Me, I'm Over the Hill is the Geranium Lady's irresistibly funny appeal to her fellow adventurers in aging to "live happily to one hundred?or die trying!"
Barbara Johnson, known as "the Geranium Lady" sold more than five million books, including Splashes of Joy in the Cesspools of Life, Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death, and Stick a Geranium in Your Hat and Be Happy and her latest book Humour Me, I'm Over the Hill, part of her more recent, Humour Me series. In 2005 she was awarded the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. Barbara and her husband served hurting families through their non-profit "Spatula Ministries" and as a popular "Woman of Faith" conference speaker she delivered comforting, humour-filled messages across America. Barbara died in 2007 and is survived by her sons David and Dean, former daughter-in-law Shannon, and two grandchildren, Kandee and Tiffany.- Publisher.